Location Settings

We will use the location to give you relevant local information across MoreDirt.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please find answers to the most frequently asked questions below. If you can not find the answer to your question below, please contact [email protected] and we will do our best to help answer your question.

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How can I create a profile?

You can create a profile using either your Facebook account or your email address and a password. If you choose Facebook, we'll never post for you and any communication from us will be directed to the email address that is linked to your Facebook account.

What should I do if I didn't receive a verification email?

When setting up your profile, you will need to verify your email. Sometimes the verification emails are accidentally filtered into a junk or spam folder. Check your spam folder to see if the email ended up there. If you are still unable to find the confirmation email, reach out to us at [email protected], and we will help you to confirm your account.

What does my points total mean?

Points are accumulated as you contribute content to the site. Earn points by telling us about the mountain bike trails you've ridden or share your trail photos and videos. A breakdown of how you can points can be found here.

How can I delete or merge my profile?

If you'd like to delete your profile or merge two existing profiles, send us an email at [email protected] with information on the account(s) that you would like to be deleted or merged.

We value your contributions and encourage you to interact with your fellow mountain bikers! We also want to make sure that MoreDirt is a safe and trustworthy source for Mountain Bike advice and information. To help us with this goal, we ask that you abide by the following rules for photos and videos:

What kind of photos should I add?

We love to see action photos of people out on their bikes, scenic vistas, and photos of interesting features along the trail. Try to avoid selfies, groups standing around, or any signs, parking lots, or maps. Photos should be least 600 x 600 pixels, and preferably high resolution.

What should I know about copyrighted material?

For copyright reasons, we ask that you do not copy any text or photos directly from another website, print resource, or other publication. We want to respect copyrighted material, and we would rather you share your mountain bike experiences in your own photos and videos anyway!

Family Friendly

We don't allow media that is pornographic or vulgar. We reject photos that include graphic violence or contain other content that is not appropriate for our community.